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Second Subform not showing all records

Posted on 2014-02-23
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I have a form that I'm using to enter attendance records.  On the same form, I have two subforms, one to show each new record that I've entered (All students entered in descending order, showing time of class and student's name), and one to show a count (totals query) for each class as a cross-check.

For some reason, the second subform is only showing one record, one grouped class and the total students.

Any idea why this might be happening?
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Question by:BBlu
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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check the record source of the 2nd subform.
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by:clarkscott
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Make sure the second subform is not set to view only SINGLE RECORD.

Scott C
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by:BBlu
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Hey Rey-
The source is the form of the query that I want.  If I open the form by itself, it shows all of the records.
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by:BBlu
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Hello Scott,
what option would the "Single Record" be under?  I don't see that.
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IrogSinta earned 300 total points
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I think Scott means that the DefaultView property under the Format tab of the Property Sheet should not be set to "Single Form."  I would also make sure that the LinkMasterFields and LinkChildFields property under the Data tab of the subform are not set to anything.

Ron
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by:BBlu
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Thanks, Ron.  I had the linkfields set to soemthing.  When I removed them, it works fine.
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